Melissa Sutton, MA LPC

Have you ever felt like getting out of bed or taking care of even the most basic of things just feels like too much work? Do you toss and turn all night, your brain constantly bouncing from one terrible thing to the next? Do you feel like you don’t have the energy to breathe? If the answer to these questions is yes – then I invite you to contact me. You can find the motivation to do the things you used to enjoy. It is possible to quiet your brain enough so you can get enough rest. I have spent my career helping people to combat issues just like these.

There are times in everyone’s life in which they aren’t able to do things like they used to and sometimes this inability affects us in the relationships we have with others. I am well equipped to use my expertise to not only help you figure out what’s causing your relationships to suffer but help you come up with a plan to overcome those issues.

You’ve already taken your first step towards confronting and overcoming the obstacles that are standing in the way of your health and happiness by searching for a therapist. I am here to help. You don’t have to face these challenges alone. I look forward to working with you!

2017: Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – University of North Alabama
2014: Bachelor of Science in Psychology – University of North Alabama

Areas of Expertise:

ADHD Divorce Peer Relationships
Addiction Domestic Abuse Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
Alcohol Use Domestic Violence Relationship Issues
Anger Management Drug Abuse School Issues
Anxiety Dual Diagnosis Self Esteem
Autism Eating Disorders Self-Harming
Behavioral Issues Emotional Disturbance Sleep or Insomnia
Bipolar Disorder Family Conflict Stress
Career Counseling Grief Suicidal Ideation
Child Infertility Testing and Evaluation
Chronic Pain Infidelity Trauma and PTSD
Chronic Relapse Life Transitions Video Game Addiction
Codependency Men’s Issues Weight Loss
Communication Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Women’s Issues
Coping Skills Oppositional Defiance (ODD)
Depression Parenting